Science fair topics about cats

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science fair topics about cats

Pete the Cat and the Supercool Science Fair by James Dean

Pete and his friends have a blast at the school science fair! This exciting 8x8 storybook includes over 30 groovy stickers.

In Pete the Cat’s Supercool Science Fair from New York Times bestselling author-illustrator team Kimberly and James Dean, Pete the Cat and his friends are excited to build the coolest volcano ever for their school’s science fair.

After a few unexpected mishaps, the team is finally ready. Yet after seeing their other classmates’creations, they can’t help but wonder: is their volcano good enough to win first place?

Thankfully, Pete has a sparkly surprise up his sleeve!
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Published 11.12.2018

Science project of Nikki... A Cat!

Training Cats

Dani Trotman. Topics: Learning at Home. Dani Trotman is a psychologist, proud cat mom, and the human half of Science with My Cat. SWMC focuses on encouraging kids and adults alike to be involved with science through fun facts, interesting projects, and, of course, cute cats. My love for cats and science go back as far as I can remember, and I attribute both to growing up in rural Florida.

SWMC focuses on encouraging kids and adults alike to be involved with science through fun facts, interesting projects, and, of course, cute cats.
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Researchers have found that music can help to reduce the destructive behavior in animals. Studies on dogs in shelters have found that soft music can to help animals become more relaxed with less barking and agitation. Soothing music has also been found to help cats reduce their stress. Animals become stressed because they are living in an environment that is not natural to them. Animals find the sounds of nature like the noise of water flowing, birds chirping and the sounds of the wind soothing compared to the sound of the cars, vacuum cleaner or the washing machine. The hearing range of the animals is beyond the 20 kHz range.

To discover whether cats can be trained in the same way that dogs can. The purpose of this experiment is to apply the same principles used when training a dog to the training of a cat in order to find out whether cats are trainable. Like the dog, the cat has been domesticated for thousands of years. Cats and dogs have both adapted to live alongside humans, though each has eked out its own nitch in our lives. Cats are not known for their loyalty or trainability and are usually thought of as animals that serve their own needs. Most cat owners never try to teach their cat any tricks the way many dog owners do. Train your cat in sessions of only about 20 minutes.

Animal Science Fair Projects. Check out our list of animal science fair projects for kids. Find easy ideas from a range of topics that will help you create a first place prize winning science fair project. Research animals and answer questions related to everything from dogs to cats, fish, birds, insects and more. Take advantage of the free resources and have fun making a cool animal based science fair project for whatever grade of elementary, middle school or high school you are in.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Chris S. says:

    Cats make interesting and effective test subjects for school science projects.

  2. Angie G. says:

    Over 1000 FREE Science Fair Project Ideas!

  3. Logistilla S. says:

    Cats make interesting and effective test subjects for school science projects. Since many people own cats as pets - or know others who do.

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